Get Half-Time ( flip drill attachment 0
Complaint 21918 Details

  • Date Occurred: 09/21/2013
  • Reported Damages: $40.00

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While doing some home rennovation, I saw the "half-time" drill attachment advertised on TV. Thinking it would be a time-saving handy tool, I ordered it, and of course, (for the limited time,) I got one free.... yeah, right. The first time I turned on my drill, the device literally fell all apart. I inserted the other one, and there is no way in hell to use this crap!. No matter wht I did, the damn thing "wobbled" The drill bit I was using simply snapped off in the soft pine I ws trying to drill into. This is absolutely nothing but Crap, Junk.... Of course the parent company will not answer my e-mil complaint, so instead of the soft pine, I'm what gets "screwed" by this device. Never again will I order anyting "as seen on TV"

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  • Dale
  • Dale SBID #e6d334af6d
  • Posted 11/14/2013
  • Thank you "thejagguy" I was looking at buying this too. How ever being a gadget guy myself. I had questions about the stability due to the length & the torque requirement to counter sink a hole. I think I'll stick to my current "change the bit" system.
    thanks again & good luck with refund.
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  • TaquacheDawg
  • TaquacheDawg SBID #5a7daa0916
  • Posted 12/27/2013

  • Just watched this Get-Half-Time commercial and was about to buy, but did a quick search on line. Found this great “scambook” site (which I plan to use more and more) and a review which makes lots of sense about this product… pure physics. Too much torque for this tool to last any length of time. Too bad, good idea.

    I thought it was too big anyway, making it hard to use in tight spots… which might be often.

    I’ll stick to keeping two cordless drills during my projects… one for the drill bit and one for the Phillips driver.
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  • Complaint Against Half Time Drill
  • Complaints Filed: 18
  • Reported Damages: $1,579.94
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